Thimphu Thromde comes up with address system for door-to-door service delivery

As directed by the government, Thimphu Thromde in partnership with the Bhutan Post has initiated a project to develop a city addressing system using geographic information system More...

Evaluating civil servants through GPMS

For the first time ever, Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay, Ministers, Secretaries, Dzongdas and Planning Officers sit down together at a meeting to share and discuss the plans and programs More...

Clean electric power to substitute fossil fuels in rural areas

The Rural Electrification Project for clean energy, better living and sustainable growth in Bhutan was registered as a Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project on 21 October More...

The need for rotavirus vaccine

One third of the causes of diarrhea in children aged under five years in Thimphu is due to the prevalence of rotavirus, and yet the rotavirus vaccine is not available in the country. Rotavirus More...

Home Minister leads govt delegation in UN Disaster conference

Leading RGoB’s delegation to the Third United Nations World Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction (14-18 March, Sendai), Lyonpo Damcho Dorji, Minister of Home and Cultural More...

An environmentalist committed to restoring barren lands

Sonam Phuntsho, in his 50s, is a nature lover on a mission to plant as many trees as he can. His zeal for nature conservation More...

Bangladeshi community celebrate its 44th Independence Day in Thimphu

The Bangladeshi community in Thimphu observed the 44th Independence Day of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh More...

The environment pays back

Bhutan for a long time has maintained an excellent environmental track record which has been recognized...

The beautiful game

17th March 2015, was a historic day not only for the obvious sporting achievement but in...

The MDP

The draft Mineral Development Policy is probably the most delayed and contentious Bhutanese economic policy till...

Who Will Pay for the Damage?

Road blocks and Landslides have a long history in our country and as of now there is no sign of learning from More...

Is Bhutan’s Media Freedom Really Slipping?

The country may have fallen in the rankings, but is freedom of information really on the decline? Bhutan has slipped from..

A new concept of Gross Organizational Happiness or GOH

In this article I will be writing about something that I believe will have significant impact on enhancing wellbeing and happiness..

NC passes LG Entitlement Bill of Bhutan

The Upper House passed the Local Government Entitlement Bill of Bhutan, 2014 as proposed by the Good Governance More...

NA agrees to most NC recommendations on the OAG Bill

The chairperson of the Good Governance Committee presented the Office of the Attorney General Bill 2014, for the third reading, in..

Home Ministry working on safety rules for archery ranges

In response to a question at the monthly ‘Meet the Press,’ the Home Minister, Lyonpo Damcho Dorji said that his ministry..

Paro has a problem

Paro is a gateway to Bhutanese economy, and that explains why our economy is unhealthy. I am quite new to this..

Bhutan’s two heroes with three important goals in between them

Striker and jersey number 7 Chencho Gyeltshen 19 scored two goals during the second leg of the World Cup qualifiers against..

Draft Private Sector Development Strategy rests on four pillars and multiple reforms and interventions

The Private sector has received plenty of lip service over the years but little by way of concrete policies and measures..

Thimphu Thromde comes up with address system for door-to-door service delivery

As directed by the government, Thimphu Thromde in partnership with the Bhutan Post has initiated a project to develop a city..